Frequently Asked Questions
Welcome to Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis, your premier destination for learning the art and science of Hypnosis.
We understand that the subject of Hypnosis can be shrouded in mystery and misconceptions, so we have created this FAQ page to provide you with all the information you need to make an informed decision about studying with us.
From the qualifications required to become a Hypnotist to the ins and outs of our training program, we have answers to all of your questions. Our goal is to demystify hypnosis and provide you with the tools and knowledge to become a confident and skilled practitioner.
At Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis, we pride ourselves on our comprehensive and in-depth training program. Our program is designed to equip students with the necessary knowledge and skills to become proficient in hypnosis.
Our curriculum covers a wide range of topics, including the history and theories of hypnosis, the different methods and techniques used in hypnotherapy, and the profession's ethical and legal considerations.
Our instructors are highly qualified, and experienced professionals in the field who are dedicated to providing students with a supportive and positive learning environment.
They will guide you through the program, providing individualized attention and feedback, ensuring t and ensuring a well-rounded education.
In addition to classroom instruction, students can practice hypnosis in a supervised setting, allowing them to gain hands-on experience. This is an essential part of the learning process, as it will enable students to apply their knowledge and skills in a real-world setting.
We also offer continuing education opportunities for graduates of our program to ensure that they are always up-to-date with the latest developments in the field.
Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis has something to offer, whether you are a beginner looking to learn the basics of Hypnosis or an experienced practitioner looking to expand your knowledge and skills.
We invite you to explore our FAQ page and learn more about what we have to offer.
If you have any further questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to helping you on your journey to becoming a skilled and confident Consulting Hypnotist.
What is the school's mission statement or educational philosophy?Our mission at Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis is to empower individuals with the knowledge and skills necessary to become highly trained and ethical practitioners of hypnosis, who can help people overcome a wide range of issues and achieve their goals. Through our innovative and evidence-based curriculum, our dedicated and experienced faculty, and our commitment to fostering a supportive and collaborative learning environment, we aim to provide students with the tools and resources needed to achieve success in the field of hypnosis and make a positive impact on the world."
How can I register for a Course?We recommend booking a consultation with Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis to ensure that this is the right program for you!
How long does it take to become a Hypnotist?The length of time it takes to become a hypnotist can vary depending on several factors. Some people choose to attend in-person or online certification classes and workshops, which can take anywhere from a few weeks or even a few months. Ultimately you will want to gain 100 hours of training before achieving your certification. Additionally, even after you've completed a hypnosis training program, you'll want to continue to educate yourself and stay current in the field by attending workshops, conferences, and other professional development opportunities. Overall, while some people may be able to become a hypnotist in a short period of time, it's important to remember that becoming a proficient and competent hypnotist is an ongoing process that requires commitment and dedication to continue learning and developing your skills.
What type of career opportunities are available for Hypnotists?There are a variety of career opportunities available for trained hypnotists, depending on your interests and qualifications. Some common fields where hypnotists may work include: Clinical and Medical Settings: Hypnotists licensed in healthcare professions such as physicians, dentists, and therapists can use Hypnosis to help alleviate pain, control symptoms, and improve mental and physical well-being. Mental Health and Counseling: Hypnotists with a background in psychology, counseling, or social work can use hypnosis as a tool to help individuals overcome mental health issues, addiction, and other personal challenges. Performance and Entertainment: Some Hypnotists may choose to use their skills in the entertainment industry by performing hypnosis shows for audiences or as a keynote speaker for corporate events, conventions, and other public events. Education and Training: Hypnotists may also choose to teach and train others in the field of hypnosis, either by leading workshops or running their own hypnosis training programs. Research and Development: Hypnotists with a background in research may use hypnosis in academic settings, studying the effects of hypnosis on various conditions and contributing to the development of new treatments. Business and Human Resources: With training in hypnosis, some hypnotists can help in the area of human resources, by developing training programs, coaching individuals to reach their goals, and improving employee productivity. These are some examples of career opportunities, but they are not limited to these fields. Many Hypnotists have a private practice and offer their services in a wide variety of areas such as self-improvement, weight loss, smoking cessation, and more. It's important to keep in mind that depending on the location, certain jobs may have different requirements and regulations that you need to comply with. It would be a good idea to research the regulations of your location and professional associations, as well as check on the state of the job market for the specific field you are interested in.
Why is it important for Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis to be an Accredited school with the CTAABeing an accredited school with the Complimentary Therapist and Accreditation Association (CTAA) means that Wellness Canada School of Hypnosis has met the highest standards for hypnosis education and training, and that graduating students will have the opportunity to become certified members of the CTAA. This is an added value for students, as it demonstrates to potential clients and employers that you have completed a recognized and reputable training program, and have a professional certification in the field of hypnosis.
Can anyone be hypnotized or are there certain people who are more susceptible?The question of whether anyone can be hypnotized is a subject of debate among researchers and practitioners. Some experts believe that anyone can be hypnotized, while others believe that certain individuals may be more susceptible to hypnosis. Research suggests that certain factors may influence a person's ability to be hypnotized, including: Absorption: the ability to focus and become absorbed in an experience Dissociation: the ability to mentally separate oneself from reality Imaginative capacity: the ability to create vivid mental imagery Absence of resistance: a willingness to accept suggestions during hypnosis However, it's important to note that even if an individual has a higher level of these traits, it doesn't necessarily mean that they will be easily hypnotized, or that they will have a better response to hypnosis, as it also depends on the hypnotist's skill, approach and the setting where the hypnosis is being performed. It's worth mentioning that while some people may be more susceptible to hypnosis than others, hypnosis is a skill that can be learned and practiced by anyone. With training and practice, anyone can improve their ability to be hypnotized and achieve the desired results from hypnosis. Also, keep in mind that hypnosis is not a one-size-fits-all solution and it's not suitable for everyone. Some people may not respond well to hypnosis, or may not be comfortable with the experience. It's important to always approach hypnosis with respect and professionalism, taking into account the needs and preferences of the individual being hypnotized.
What is the difference between Clinical Hypnosis and Stage or Street Hypnosis?Clinical Hypnosis and Stage or Street Hypnosis are two different forms of hypnosis that are used in different settings and for different purposes. It's important to note that stage hypnosis is not the same as therapeutic hypnosis, and the techniques used in stage hypnosis may not be appropriate or effective in a clinical setting. Clinical hypnosis, the goal of clinical hypnosis is to help alleviate symptoms, change negative thought patterns, and behavior and improve mental and physical well-being. On the other hand, stage or street hypnosis refers to the use of hypnosis for entertainment purposes. This type of hypnosis is typically performed by a hypnotist in front of an audience and the purpose is to entertain and amaze the audience with demonstrations of hypnotic phenomena such as trance induction, post-hypnotic suggestion, and age regression. Stage hypnosis is also done in a controlled and safe environment and consent is obtained from participants. Overall, a stage hypnotist would use the principles of hypnotism to entertain, while a clinical hypnotherapist would use it to help alleviate symptoms and improve mental and physical well-being.
Is there anyone who should not use Hypnosis?Hypnosis is generally considered to be a safe and effective tool when used by trained professionals in a clinical setting, however, there may be certain individuals who should not use hypnosis or who should use it with caution. For example: Individuals with severe mental health conditions such as schizophrenia or severe dissociative disorders may not be suitable candidates for hypnosis, as it could exacerbate their symptoms. People with epilepsy or other conditions that affect the brain should use hypnosis with caution, as it may trigger seizures or other complications. Individuals with certain medical conditions, such as a history of heart disease, may not be suitable candidates for hypnosis, as it may put undue strain on their body. It is important to check with your healthcare provider before using hypnosis if you have any doubts about your suitability for hypnosis. It's also worth mentioning that hypnosis should not be used as a substitute for appropriate medical or psychological treatment. In some cases, hypnosis may be used in conjunction with other forms of treatment, but it should not be used in place of standard care. Also, it's important to work with a qualified hypnotist that has been trained and follows ethical guidelines and standards, as hypnosis should only be performed by trained and qualified professionals who can evaluate if it is appropriate for the person seeking hypnosis, and who can also provide a safe and comfortable setting for the person to experience hypnosis.